Skip to main content

How we do dinner

I can't really talk about how feeding Miloh is going because he reads my blog and when I mention things like that he reverts...so I won't mention that here. Instead I'll walk you through how feeding goes...because it's unique (I think.)

We bring Miloh into the his Fisher Pricebooster seat and snap him in. The moment we snap in the first side of his buckle Kalli, or dog, runs down stairs.

Then Miloh stares at us until we put the tray onto the seat. Next he starts pretending he's eating puffs...while staring at us. I think he;s basically saying "give me some freaking puffs."

We give him puffs and he goes to town on them...and Kalli is right on his left side waiting for some to drop.

We grab his food from jars and put them in little cups to spoon from. Kalli now moves to Miloh's right side to get more puffs.

And we spoon feed Miloh between the puffs he's eating. At this time Kalli moves back to the left and starts licking Miloh's hands to get all the food and puffs from it.

Miloh now leans over and pets Kalli. Then switches hands that he feeds himself with and Kalli switches sides she sits on.

Now she's licking his right hand while he feeds her puffs. And it continues like that until he's full.

The dog/boy bond is growing and Miloh is holding down his role of feeding the dog...the dog who's never allowed to eat human food from the table. Funny how it starts at such an early age.

Comments

  1. Holy hell this sounds familiar! Except our dogs name is Cali (@Lins610 named her...). Cali also ate Ryann's shit diaper that was left on the floor unguarded for 5 mins. To her account, Ryann did just eat meatballs the night before...I'm not sure if that makes eating shit any better...but I felt compelled to tell you that for some reason.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Our dog does the same thing. I'm not sure who ends up eating more - Eli (the baby) or Gidgit (the dog). But I guess it's just fair play since Eli's favorite snack is dog food these days. We just can't keep him out of the dog bowls. We had to buy a baby gate just for that.

    ReplyDelete
  3. That is freaking adorable! Now that Abigail is eating proteins, our dog is all about hanging out under her high chair when she eats. It's pretty darn cute too.

    ReplyDelete
  4. That is freaking adorable! Now that Abigail is eating proteins, our dog is all about hanging out under her high chair when she eats. It's pretty darn cute too.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Holy hell this sounds familiar! Except our dogs name is Cali (@Lins610 named her...). Cali also ate Ryann's shit diaper that was left on the floor unguarded for 5 mins. To her account, Ryann did just eat meatballs the night before...I'm not sure if that makes eating shit any better...but I felt compelled to tell you that for some reason.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Dear Scott the Paleontologist – the response... Wait sorry... the awesome response

In my last post I asked some incredibly pressing questions to Dr. Scott Sampson aka Scott the Paleontologist. Questions that any parent of a Dinosaur Train fan wants to know... I got a reply and I have to say Dr. Scott is hilarious and pretty awesome... But I'm a fan of science humor... So here are his responses in line with mine. They're in blue because that's the color of most of  Shiny Pteranodon. Dear Scott the Paleontologist, My son Miloh and I are fans of Dinosaur Train and as an avid fan I have some questions regarding it that I hope you can answer: The train is a steam engine. Does it run off coal? If it does use coal is there a possibility that greenhouse gases from that could have lead to the extinction of dinosaurs? How come this isn't a theory? Very interesting question. Yes, to the best of my knowledge, the Dinosaur Train runs on fossil fuels, but we actually do have an episode upcoming where we investigate alternative fuel trains. Given that

Response to a comment about breastfeeding

Since I'm a dude and unable to produce milk from I never thought I woul have to defend the reason we formula feed instead of breast feed. But I received a comment on a recent post so I thought I would talk about it here. I'll get to the why we don't later but I'll start off on a tangent. First off I don't want to alienate the person who asked the comment because they say they are a reader and I'm cool with anyone stopping by. But I can't call the person out anyway because the comment was anonymous...and here is where I go into a little bit of a rant, and if you follow me on twitter you know I'm a fan of the rant. I'm assuming the comment was anonymous on purpose. Perhaps the person is a friend or someone I follow on twitter. Maybe they didn't want to ruin that relationship by coming out and saying it. I'm  a big boy and can handle criticism. Anonymous comments are never things like "Where did you get that cool toy?" they ar

New Giveaway: ABC's for Expectant Dads - 10 awesome copies

Winners have been picked for the giveaway. Todd was so nice as to give all who entered by the deadline a copy of his book. Thanks all who entered...I sent an email to you for your info. Please email me (info on the header) if you don't get that email. Rommel I could not find your email...please let me know your contact info. A bit ago I found Todd Lieman in Twitterland and he sent me a copy of his book ABC's for Expectant Dads: The Ultimate A- for Dads-in-Training. I'd looked at a bunch of expectant dad books and I thought most were terrible. I did pick up The Expectant Father and I liked it but I haven't looked at it in months. I think it's tough for dad's because we're just reading about what's going on with the mothers and it's easier to hear it from them. Staci is reading so much that she keeps me up to date on things I should know and I'm sure most expectant moms are the same. I'm also luckily in that doing this blog has connected